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. in september 2009, ms. fernandez held a meeting to discuss enforcement of the anti- discrimination provisions of section 2 of the voting rights act. at this meeting, one of the voting section trial attorneys asked her what criteria would be used to determine what type of section two cases the division front office would be interested in pursuing. ms. fernandez responded by telling the gathering there that the obama administration was only interested in bringing traditional types of section two cases that would provide equality for racial and language minority votes. she went on to say that this is what we are all about, zero words to that effect. when mr. fernandez made that statement, everyone in the room, talking about the conference room on the seventh floor where the voting section is located, understood exactly what she meant. no more cases like ike brown or the new black panther party case. she reiterated that directive in another meeting in 2009. she stated to the entire group in attendance that the voting sections of goal was to ensure equal access for the voters of color or language
alejandro fernandez, tambien estuvo en las vegas para festejar el bicentenario de mexico ... ...---- es el octavo aÑo que se presenta para conmemorar asi la independencia de su pais ...----fue el 15, en el hotel m-g-m, con la asistencia de 12 mil personas ...---- pecadora, tu amor me hace tanto bien, sin tantita pena, fueron algunas de las canciones interpretadas por el potrillo .... ---y en el tema de discusÓn esta noche...¿luismi o alex fernadez... aquien prefiere usted?...---mas adelante, abriremos nuestras lineas telefonicas para que pueda usted opinar ... en vivo, y sin restricciones. ---el numero gratis es el 1-866-229-4848. ---esta noche se esta realizando en san jose una radioton para ayudar a los niÑos que sufren cancer en nicaragua...---usted puede ayudar... vamos a conversar via telefonica con el organizador del evento... el periodista angel ayllon... ---angel, buenas noches... cuentanos sobre esta radioton. ---muchas gracias angel y buena suerte en esta nueva labor en favor de los niÑos con cancer de nicaragua... nos vamos a la pausa y antes dejeme --- invitarle a una feri
exigieron cuatro mil dolares para liberar al niño, detuvieron a mario fernandez fernandez. >> la policía de vallejo detuvo a un hombre acusado de matar a su novia. >> se trata de william ubando de 39 años residente de vallejo, la policía lo detuvo anoche luego que confesara un crimen a un compañero de trabajo. >> se recibió la llamada de que alguien había sido asesinado cerca de un parque, se trataba del pick up de richie de 33 años, su cuerpo no estaba ahí. >> tenorio tambiñn dijo que en ese momento la policía comenzó a buscar como sospechoso a william ubando novio de la mujer. >> este hombre que no quiso ser identificado, vio como del vehículo salía sangre que luego formó un charco de sangre. >> yo paso en la mañana y siempre hay un policía aquí, me sorprendió mucho, nunca había visto algo así >> horas más tardes del condado de napa reportaron este cuerpo. >> el cuerpo estaba bajo la silla del copiloto de la silla de ubando, la habría matado con un bate de beisbol porque esta terminó con ñl. >> habría llevado el cuerpo donde un amigo, a quiñn confesó el crimen. >
jose fernandez because of a missing license plate. when the officers got out of the patrol car, fernandez took off. he crashed into two parked cars a short time later at north 6th street. >> the end result was two passengers suffering fatal injuries. the front passenger and driver suffered non-life threatening injuries. >> chp is investigating why fernandez pulled away. >>> and the bay area's first toll express lane will be opened next week. it runs between highway 84 and highway 237 in milpitas. tolls will be collected using fastrak. solo drivers can access the lanes for $4 up to $6. if you have a trans ponder, you need to cover it up to avoid being charged. you can learn more information at ktvu.com. >>> 6:08. the commute is just getting start for friday morning. sal, there has been a crash overnight? >> yes. i want to talk about this crash. a single car crash in san pablo overnight. three people were sent to the hospital. the driver is in critical condition. the car jumped the sidewalk and slammed into the tree at barbara road at 1:30 in the morning. we don't know the condi
have two reports tonight. don fernandez spent the day in the south bay but we begin with bob horne in the tri-valley. >>> reporter: with the forecast for triple-digit temperatures in the tri-valley area, livermore residents prepared for the worst and hoped for the best. claudia brought her two sons river and levi to downtown livermore to cool off in the fountain. >> they love it. it's easier than a pool. we didn't have to worry about anybody falling in. >> it's exercise, little vitamin d out in the sun, tires them out. they sleep well at the end of the day. >> reporter: some people weren't so fortunate. >> probably about 120 degrees probably. 115, 120 degrees probably on the grill. it drains you a little bit. a lot of water, but you just keep moving. >> reporter: but inside the restaurant it's cool for the customers and the help that figured out the secret of staying cool. [ indiscernible ] >> roy's backyard barbecue wouldn't be barbecue without roy. >> reporter: some residents decided these big fans were the answer but i think being cool was the least of these residents' problems.
and djokovic is in the finals. to mary jo fernandez. mary jo: novak, amazing match. you're down two match points. hour you able to get the breakthrough win here against roger federer? >> i don't know. it's really hard to describe the feeling that i have right now. 10 minutes ago i was just a point from losing this match and now i managed to come back. thank you for a great atmosphere. it was just a big pleasure playing in this kind of match. it's just one of those matches that you will always remember in your career and i'm just so thrilled to be in the final. mary jo: how much courage and heart did you have to call upon to come back and win? >> to be honest, i was just closing my eyes and hitting the forehand as fast as i can on the match point. so, if it goes in, it goes in. if it goes out, another loss to federer in the u.s. open. you know, i managed to come back. i was very lucky and as i was saying before the match, it was just a couple of points to decide the winner. mary jo: now let's look ahead. in less than 24 hours, your second u.s. open final. it will be against rafa nadal. it
's been a coach at the real sc soccer club headartered here in silver spring. now, coach fernandez is suspect fernandez charged with sexual abuse. the victim, a 17-year-old player, a player who told police this unwanted sexual encounter occurred at the real maryland c3 headquarters in silver spring up there in a conference room. >> the coach stated he wanted the 17-year-old male to lay down on one of the tables in a conference room so he could massage his calf. >> reporter: and that's when the assault took place? >> that's right. >> repter: do you think there are any other victims? >> we don't know. in cases like this, often there are many more. >> reporter: coach fernandez was pickeup by police today and jív> ficially charged with sexual abuse of a minor. i'm pat collins, news 4, montgomery county. >> if he's convicted, fernandez could be sentenced up to 25 years in jail. >>> former president jimmy carter is here in the nation's capital tonight. he arrived just a few hours after being released from a cleveland hospital. the former president was hospitalized for two days for a vir
texto presuntamente enviado por los secuestradores de diego fernandez de cevallos, acusa a la familia de "abandonarlo"... ---- los autores de este escrito se auto-denominan "misteriosos desaparecedores". ---- "se seguiran diciendo muchas cosas (dice el comunicado) desde que su familia lo abandono y ni a sus propios amigos le importo su suerte ..."---- el panista desaparecÓ el 15 de mayo pasado y la anterior comunicacion habria sido una carta de su puÑo y letra. ----siguiendo en mexico, sergio villarreal barragan "el grande" y dos presuntos complices, fueron puestos a disposicion de la "siedo", y su situacion juridica se definira en las proximas horas. ---- la siedo es la sub- procuraduria que se especializa en la delincuencia organizada.---- villarreal barragan es seÑalado como ex- lugarteniente del cartel de los beltran leyva, y podria ser encarcelado en un penal de maxima seguridad. ---en venezuela un avion de "conviasa", la compaÑia estatal, se estrello cerca de ciudad guayana hoy ... y hay al menos 15 muertos.---- la nave llevaba cincuenta y una personas a bordo.---- segun el gob
are too high. ♪ >> ron fernandez was shugar's broker. he bought soap from shugar soapworks and, in turn, sold it to some of las vegas' biggest hotels. but that wasn't enough to save the partnership. when fernandez learned he could source the same products he was getting from shugar for 25% to 30% less overseas. with the loss of the vegas business, shugar soapworks' revenue plunged from $5 million a year to less than half of that. >> within one fell swoop, it really dropped significantly. >> things were not looking good for the company. but shugar wasn't ready to close the doors just yet. >> instead of sitting around saying, oh, poor me, why did i lose that -- could i have done something better -- no. what we have to look for is what's in the future. what's next here and the year after. ♪ >> shu dw a shugar took a hard the market and decided he needed to reinvent his company. he knew the hotels were easily able to replace his soap because his brand didn't mean anything to their customers. he launched a new product line under his own brand name, venezia. it sells at big lots, odd lots,
jose fernandez around 1:30 yesterday morning because of a missing license plate. but as the officers got out of their patrol car, they say fernandez sped off. he crashed into two parked cars a short time later at the intersection of st. james and north 6th street. >>> unfortunately, the end you result was two passengers suffering fatal injuries. the driver and front seat passenger suffered non-life- threatening injuries. >>> 7:36. the san francisco police department wants tough, new safety measures for nightclubs. this follows several recent violent incidents including a deadly shooting in front of the club in fishermen's wharf earlier this year. the police want security cameras, the installation of more outside lighting and metal detectors at the entrance of clubs. >>> b.a.r.t. is on track to expand the contract to build the long delayed mass project. b.a.r.t. trains would run on elevated tracks. the project carries a $480 million price tag. caltrans is warning drivers about a new traffic shift on a westbound interstate 580 in san rafael. starting tomorrow, traffic will be redirecte
soccer club headquarted here in silver pring. now coach fernandez is suspect fernandez charged with sexual abuse. e victim, a 17-year-old player. a player who told police this unwanted sexual encounter occurred at the real maryland sc headquarters in silver spring up there in a conference room. >> the coach sted he wanted the 17-year-old male to lay down on one of the tables in a conference room so he could massage his calf. >> reporte and that's wen the assault took place? >> that's right. >> reporter: dyou think there are any other victims? >> we don't o know. in cases like this, often there are many more. >> reporter: coach fernandez was picked up by police today and officially charged with sexual abuse of a minor. i'm pat collins, news 4, montgomery ounty. >>> the mother of an aspiring politician killed in a traffic accident now pla to run in her daughter's place. natasha pettigrew was riding her bike when she w struck and killed by an suv. her mother will finish her campaign. she can think of no greater honor than running he daughter's race to the finish line.Ñi >>> when
" continues, we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, gone before. and as don fernandez shows us, if you say she ki >>> a high school athlete in san jose has gone where few girls have gone before. and as doug fernandez shows us if you say she kicks like a girl it's a compliment. >> for 16-year-old whitney caunable her biggest challenge is finding the next one. the santa theresa high school soccer star is a former mvp first team all leaguer and scholar athlete. this year, white knee decided to try her foot at another sport. but it's one that typically does not welcome female athletes. so what did she do to make the roster? >> that's perfect like that. >> reporter: she kicked the door down. >> it's really simple. all you do is go out and kick the ball, which is something that i have been doing for 11 years now, playing soccer. just kicking the bal through the posts. >> reporter: of course it helps when you can drill it through the uprights at 40 yards. >> we basically had a full-on trial with every guy on varsity, every guy, it wasn't pretty so we brought whitney out and she did great. the ki
fernandez. mary jo: mardy, congratulations. what a great effort. you got a standing ovation. how great does it feel to be back after last year when you couldn't play with injury and play that kind of tennis? >> you get goose bumps, no doubt. this is where you know of the best courts in the world. the atmosphere is amazing. thank you guys so much for pulling me through. mary jo: it was a battle from start to finish. what made the difference towards the end of the fifth set? >> it was more of a mental grind than physical. the weather heat-wise was fine. the wind was wreaking havoc. it was sort of a mental battle who could stay in the longest. mary jo: you've rededicated yourself, you're fitter than ever. how satisfying is it to be back in the u.s. open, you weren't able to play last year and be back in the round of 16? >> this is certainly the best tournament of the year. and making the quarterfinals in 2008 and not being able to come back with you certainly the darkest time of my career. we put in a lot of hard work. there's a lot of people to thank over there in the corner and here we are.
subsecretario de desarrollo economico de la secretaria de comercio, john fernandez ....--- este dinero es para ser invertido en la construccion y remodelacion de las instalaciones en san jose. 00:44 " esto no unicamente nos va a ayudar a renovar el edificio sino tambien que va a crear empleos para personas que van a estar trabajando en contruccion."00:52 00:52---este proyecto permitiria ademas, que la capacidad de estudiantes se pueda incrementar en esta escuela.---cet ha capacitado a mas de 50 mil personas en distintas ramas de empleo. empleo. en noticiero telemundo 48 a las seis, tu voz en la comunidad= ---nos enteramos hoy que para los estudiantes de 2 escuelas de oakland la jornada de estudios sera muy pronto de nueve horas?---¿le parece un cambio positivo ... o innecesario ? estaria de acuerdo que esto tambien pasara en la escuela de su hijo.?---vamos con blanca garza y sus opiniones. ---hasta aqui "tu voz en la comunidad" ...---pero mas adelante, le digo a usted el tema de opinion ... a las 11. --- cesar !!!! ---enseguida volvemos en noticiero telemundo 48 .... y le mostramos a una dent
.---"valeria fernandez", desde phoenix, tiene los detalles de la demanda y algunas reacciones. --perder una casa por un embargo es una de las experiencias mas desgastantes para cualquier familia. en el proceso, los afectados no solo ven esfumarse su patrimonio... segun un estudio, tambien dejan la salud y en casos extremos esto reduce 10 años su esperanza de vida.--en vivo gilberto leon nos explica. el estudio "reconstruyendo la comunidad, restaurando la salud" por el departamento de salud del condado de alameda y "causa justa" un grupo pro derechos de vivienda en oakland, encontro que las familias que han perdido o estan en proceso de perder sus viviendas debido a un embargo sufren serios problemas medicos. solo en la ciuadad de oakland en los ultimos 5 aÑos casi 15 propiedades han entrado en proceso de embargo, la mayoria son familias de grupos minoritarios , tambien ahora que se aproximan las elecciones se teme que muchos electores no podran ejercer su derecho porque como han perdido su propiedad no han recibido su informacion para sugragar. ---el esposo de una mujer que murio asesinada compar
fernandez >> hasta me dijeron que te llevaba >> 28 de contura la próxima vez me llevas >> ahí tienen artículos mexicanos muchas gracias adela rosas >> y como esta el tipi de cambio >> me da gusto darles el tipo de cambio, aquí samuel es trae el cambio argentina; 3 pesos en pantalla >> venezuela; dólar 4 con 30 centavos costa rica; 500 con 66 centsvos honduras; 18 con 92 centavos guatemala; 8 con 6 centavos mñxico; dólar a 12 pesos con 80 centavos son las 7 y 14 de la mañana y que tengan buen fin de semana >> y mucho se habla de laleysb que ha creado ambiente inseguro allá en arizona para los indocumentados el periodista viajo a ese estado y nos tiene los resultados, cómo estas jorge >> buenos días y se me h ailuminado la mañana por estar con ustedes al aire >> muchas gracias cuales fueron las conclusiones de la investigación >> esta noche estamos poniendo al aire la investigación sb 1070 en arizona y en estos 4 meses de investigación desnuda aspectos de la sociedad como la discriminacion racismo la hipocecia empresarial y la practica del comercio libre que tiene estados
grandes...---luis miguel y alejandro fernandez... y quiero que nuestra gente opine...¿a quien prefiere usted?... ---ademas una radioton que se realiza en la bahia para ayudar a niÑos en un pais centroamericano...---y sabia que usted que podria contribuir a la creacion de huracanes??...---esta noche en su noticiero telemundo 48 a las once, ----gracias por
to ava thornton, sabrina fernandez and spencer carl otto. good morning to everybody. >> before we get to our book club kids, i want to ask you, you're an award winning adult book writer and author. and you decided to write a book for kids on hurricane katrina. why? >> i have wanted to write a book for children since i was in the third grade. and hurricane katrina worried me so much, i felt devastated for the children. so i wanted to write about a character that showed how strong and how wonderful they were. so lanisha really takes tragedy and turns it into a triumph. >> first of all, let's talk to eva. what's your question. >> hi, well, there's a certain supernatural element to the story that i like and i wanted to know what made you want to include this trait in the characters of molly yaya and lanisha? >> i wanted to create a sense that there was mysteries and wonders in the world and things you couldn't see, and that was to encourage lanisha to call on her inner wisdom and instincts. >> all right, miles i know you're kind of leaning forward. >> jewel, now in the book you particular
fernandez shows us there is a new school in the south bay that helps keep the kids on track and they never have to leave home. >>> reporter: matt peltier says he is not a morning person. for the high school junior getting up early and going to school was not working. >> the main problem was just the way high school worked. having to get up in the morning and having to start your classes and having things that were due every day and not being able to do anything. >> reporter: matt says the program called liberty virtual school is working much better. it just kicked open its cyberspace doors last week. it's offered by the san jose unified school district geared towards kids who for various reasons can't or don't want to come to school some missing so many credits that he can't make them up in traditional classes. >> he has flexibility during the day to choose when he does his school work. he doesn't have to walk from classroom to classroom following bells, uhm, the teachers are on him. they speak to him by phone email. it's fairly rigorous study program. >> the students that can get through
down below. how do we say it? elgero. it used to be the san francisco grand prix. sergio fernandez is the winner. back to our skyscraper guy. that is joe montana's tower. you can imagine joe montana hanging out today. >> on labor day, yeah. >> who are you? >> that's true. all right. >>> thanks for being with us, everybody. >> we will see you tomorrow. bye-bye. hope you had a nice labor day. stand-up comedian mar
y al regreso los presentes en el concierto de alejandro fernandez. >> no se pierda haya quieras ensayando. >> primer impacto estuvo presente en el primer concierto del luis miguelen las vega.s ¿quiere ganar un poco más? yo empecé a vender avon porque quería dinero extra, estar con mi familia y conocer gente nueva. me encantan los productos. los productos son fantásticos. es muy importante que yo sea mi propia jefa. hay que hacer una inversión mínima para empezar el negocio con avon. al igual que estas mujeres están construyendo un gran futuro, usted también puede. llame hoy mismo y una representante la ayudará a lograrlo. avon me ha llevado a lugares que nunca me hubiera imaginado. ♪ >>> bueno el cantante luis miguel abarrotó uno de los principales centros de espectáculos en las vegas. >>> y aprovechó para celebrar los 200 años de la independencia de méxico. vamos con tony. adelante. >>> así es, fue lleno total, le dedicó este concierto a su méxico y les cuento que se desató una trifulca que casi empañó el espectáculo. ♪ >>> fue su primera presentaci
a responder si el charro vicente fernandez le hizo alguna vez propuestas indecorosas!! sin embargo la diva no dijo ni que si, ni que no; solamente prefirio decir que no queria referirse a temas del pasado!! recuerden que los chismes no paran y tenemos muchos mas maqana >>mÉdicos en perÚ se llevaron lasorpresa de su da cuando rieron el estÓmago de un adolcentque no mpodia comer. las Ágenes son fuertes. >> carmen y su hija se abrazan luego de her vivido la experiencimÁs horrenda de sus vidas. ta muchacha de 15 os se comia los pelos de sus muÑecas, los los cepillospara peinarse y los suyos. >> ca vez que estaba triste o nia probles. yo y bien neio y empezaba a hacer eso y me los metia en la boca. busba hasta saciar mi ansiedad. >> carmencuenta que sus hijos le habÍan advertido sobre las costumbres de su hija pero como nunca la vio en persona no lo eyo. >> me enseÑaba que a sus muÑecas le faltaban los pelos los peluches. infinidad de cos y mucho le gustaba hacer asi. >> fl de marÍhizo su ingreso al hospital r la puerta de emergencia. fue sometida a varios exÁmenes que determinar qu
fernandez from the hollywood reporter says "super man" has more to do with aspiring change than assigning blame. >> the studio and filmmakers hope this doesn't just spark debate but sparks reform. >> reporter: fernandez says his greatest concern is that moviegoers guilt might actually keep them from buying a ticket. >> it's almost like i know this is out there, but do i really want to go and stick my face in it because then i either have to do something or i'm a total schmuck. >> reporter: hoping to avoid this problem, the film struck deals with corporate sponsors to donate hundreds of thousands of books and school supplies for every ten thousand people who see the book. >> it takes a lot of outrage and good examples to say, yes, we can do this. >> reporter: kareen wynter, cnn, los angeles. >> not all of the reviews are rave reviews. at least one educator says the movie is full of contradictions and half truths. later this hour, we're going to talk with the movie's producer about that. >>> more trouble from the tropics. tropical storm matthew gaining strength and moving toward nicaragua.
in -- hostility are now in top position at justice, including julie fernandez who according to coats held meeting to discourage cases that weren't "traditional kind." >> when hernandez made that statement, everyone in the room understood what she meant. no more cases like ike brown or the black panther party case. >> ike brown is accused of election fraud targeting white voters. coats says those calling the shots were angry the cases had been brought. >> the anger was the result of their deep-seeded opposition to equal enforcement of the voting right act against the racial minority and protection of white voters who have been discriminated against. >> the justice department responded saying the so-called investigation is thin on facts and investigation and thick on rhetoric. and at least one civil rights commissioner agrees. >> the fact of the matter is you have a justice department committed to equal protection under the law. >> civil rights commission can't bring charges but will send report to congress to trigger future hearings depend tong outcome of the november election. this washington, st
of whites. he named names as j. christian adams did. julie fernandez the deputy assistant a.g. for internal rights. the goal is to assure access at the polls for minorities. not for whites. he talks about loretta king who is the acting attorney general for civil rights who said no more questioning potential lawyers who might work at the department of justice about whether they would pursue a case for the benefit of whites because we're not interested in pursuing those cases. if this is true and the department of justice denies it, if this is true, they are not living up to the congressional mandate to the mandate within the justice system of equal justice under law. it's supposed to be blind with respect to skin color. >> bill: all right. we will continue on it ms. kelly. thanks very much. next on the run down, why was stephen colbert testifying in front of al congressional commission today. we will tell you and it might annoy you. jon while i was building my friendships... my family... while i was building my life... my high cholesterol was contributing to plaque buildup in my arteries. th
're about to hear the introduction of the two finalists. let's go to mary joe fernandez. mary joe: how hard was it to wait an extra day to get out there to play your first u.s. open final? >> that's -- i'm here in new york, it's not terrible, just wait to get ready for today. mary joe: novak has given you a tough time the last few times you played. what do you need to do differently? >> i didn't play well, he played very good matches in paris and cincinnati, and i don't remember the other one. if he's playing well, it's difficult to stop him. play aggressive, play long, make him play not in the right position, that's what i'm going to try. dick: nadal was alluding to the fact that even though he holds a 14-7 records against djokovic, he's lost the last four times they've met and on hard court, djokovic has a 7-3 record against rah female nadal. here they come into this magnificent tennis arena. [applause] mary: a lot of people skipped work today to see this john: can't wait until it fills up. he's going to get a big round of applause, people are pulling for nadal. here he comes. dick: indee
their testimony. what if fernandez did sit down and tell the department of justice attorneys at several luncheons not to bother enforcing the voting rights laws where the victims are white? doesn't that warrant getting for tphapb tkedz in front of the commission, getting loretta king in front of the commission, what if this is really happening. >> what's more important is coates talked about how they walked away from protecting black voters in miss. megyn: right now we are in 2010, and we are about to go into a midterm election and a presidential election. >> i know what this is all about. megyn: rather than just discuss -- dismissing the under oath sworn testimony of two department of justice attorneys, i'm asking you, sir, what if it's true? what are you doing about it? why not get julie fernandez, loretta king, these other doj attorneys who have been specifically named by these lawyers as issuing these mandates before your commission and ask them some hard questions? >> well, there are two reasons. one, i believe that actions speak louder than views. the administrations actions in july of this
. the council set it own deadline for october 5. in san jose, don fernandez, cbs 5. >>> coming up after the break, peering into the waters around san francisco bay. >> today was warmer than yesterday. but still the warmest day of the workweek is still straight ahead. we'll pinpoint that day as eyewitness news continues right here on cbs 5. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, it's happening. let's go! we got a 1-2-0 in progress. what's a 1-2-0? another airline is charging up to $120 roundtrip for two bags. [ imitating siren ] pull over! looks like we got a runner. pull over! we know you've been charging for bags! we can't stop every plane. we're gonna stop this one. you can fly, but you can't hide. ♪ [ ding ] the waters around >>> well, you know, there are sharks, sea lions, fish that kind of thing. but what else is in the waters around here? are there any shipwrecks around the bay area? well, san francisco has tonight's "good question." ken bastida. >>> reporter: the san francisco bay has a reputation as one of the most beautiful ports in the world. and historically, one of the most dangerous. >> the
fernandez from the hollywood reporter says superman has more to do with in shirg change than blame. >> the filmmakers and studio are helping this doesn't just spark a public debate but actually sparks some reform. >> reporter: fernandez, a father himself, says his greatest concern is that moviegoers 'guilt might keep them from buying a ticket. >> almost like i know this is out there but do i really want to go and stick my face in it? because then i either have to do something or i'm a total schmuck. >> reporter: hoping to avoid this problem, the film has struck deals with several corporate sponsors to donate hundreds of thousands of dollars in books and school supplies for every 10,000 people who see the film. this way, everyday people can be the superheroes public schools are waiting for. >> it takes a lot of outrage and a lot of good examples to say, yes, we can do this. >> reporter: kareen wynter, cnn, los angeles. >>> are you too busy surviving to save? we're hearing that in way too many african-american households these days. stephanie e. lamb has news about that and solutions
this hostility. he named names. loretta king. julie fernandez. and others. i don't see how the department can avoid commenting on this story now. >> shannon: because we are talking about basically officials in place, according to the system, who do not want to prosecute cases that involve minority, people who are accused, like men we saw at the polling place in that video. now, tom, let me ask you, judicial watch has been very important in this case. and pushing for documents. suing when you've had to, filing freedom of information act. filings when you have to. what have you found through the documents that you've been able to get that make you think that there could be more to this story? >> it's incredible to me that the commission on civil rights can't get the civil rights division, justice department to cooperate in an investigation in the decision-making in the department. members of congress can't get anywhere. that's why judicial watch started asking for documents well over a year ago. justice department gave us the happened to the face. we sued in court. and just last week, they gave
calling meat the decomposing flesh of an abused animal. mtv style said frank fernandez created the outfit and posted photos on his blog saying the meat came from his family butcher. ellen degenerous kept her distance. she's a vegan and presented her with a veggie bikini and skirt. >> how's that? >> reporter: in the past, the bacon bra had a moment of flame on flicker, and contestants on "america's next top model" had to wear meat. >> i have to wear beef panties. >> reporter: gaga wore meat once before on the cover of japanese vogue but which pieces did she wear? they think it was brisket or flank steak. >> you see resemblance to the outfit. >> reporter: and then there's that hat. you think that's flank steak? >> looks like it. >> reporter: the meat wasn't dripping but her eyes were as she belted out her new song. ♪ because god makes no mistakes ♪ >> reporter: but he does make steak. we were thinking this is the first dress would you have to refrigerate. >>> tony harris, you hungry? what are you having for dinner? >> a little gaga rare. do you tenderize that? what do you do with that?
and stud 84 are hoping that this doesn't just spark a public debate but reform. >> reporter: fernandez says his greatest concern is that meev goers built might keep them from buying a ticket. >> i know this is out there but do i want to go and stick my face in it because i then have to either do something or i'm a total schmuck. >> reporter: hoping to avoid this problem, the film struck deals with corpora sponsors to donateundreds of thousands of dollars in books and school supplies for every 10,000 people who see the film. this way everyday people can be the super heroes public schools are waiting for. >> it takes goo examples to say, yes, we can do this. >> reporter: kareen wynter, cnn, los angeles. > tom joyner is announcing a new initiative to enhance online education. this could be really really big. he joins us to talk about that tomorrow right here on cnn. >>> after 25 years, weekday afternoon tv will never be the same. oprah winfrey shutting it down at the end of the season. [ tires screech ] [ engine revving ] [ drums plang ] [ male announcer ] 306 horsepower. race-inspired paddle
, and met people like margarita fernandez who owns it orlando latin bistro. >> it's somewhat of a disappointment. it's not doing nothing for our country. >> reporter: she's turned off by the bipartisan rhetoric and says it's a waste of time that could be better spent talking about solutions. jeffrey schrader who owns a spice and tea shop agrees. >> it seems childish, it's exhausting. people who are making decisions or who are there to make decisions are fighting amongst themselves and you wonder how anything is getting done. >> reporter: across the country, george carroll is a bit more forgiving. he understands how drawing sharp contrast in politics can be effective. but as the line of customers coming in to his business thins and more people he knows lose their jobs, the bipartisan debate, he says, has become a distraction. >> it's jobs, stupid! it's the economy, stupid. what can washington do to create -- to put people back to work? >> reporter: in philadelphia, shana who runs a dance academy has tuned everything out. she's cynical about the blame game but struggles to come
"the decomposing flesh of an abused animal." mtv's style first reporter that designer frank fernandez created the outfit and posted photos of it on his blog, saying the meat came from his family butcher. unlike cher's full-on body hug, ellen degeneres kept her distance. ellen's a vegan. and presented gaga with a veggbe bikini and skirt. how's that? in the past, the bacon bra has had a moment of fame on flickr. >> looks like we lost a little bit of jeanne's report there. apologize for that. we'll try to fix it. ifou want to see the rest, i'm sure we'll have a chance maybe tomorrow. thanks very much. remember, you can always follow at's going ohere in "the situation room." i'm on twitter, you can get my tweets at twitter.com/wolfblitzercnn. you can also follow "the situation room" on facebook. go to facebook.com/cnnsituationroom to become a fan. two important guests tomorrow here in "the situation room." the former british prime minister, tony blair will be among my guests tomorrow. he has a brand-new book, as you know, and ayad allawi. he won the most votes in the s most recent iraqi e
27 in. tall, edward nino fernandez. that's barely the size a small piece of)2Ñ luggage. he weighs 2 lbs. his mom says he hasn't grown since he was 2 years old. big movies at the box office over the weekend opening of first place the american would george clooney made 13 million, second place takers made 11 half million and a machete and v/ )(+ million. it's 10:52 a.m. will be back a couple of minutes. it's it's a live look out from our mount tam cam lots of sunshineñ in clear skies here too. we'll mount tam cam lots of sunshineñ in clear skies here too. we'll be right back. real national pastime? saving money. and like baseball people love their stats. i started bringing my lunch to work -- 50 bucks a week in my pocket. here's a good one: state farm insures 40 million drivers. more than geico and progressive combined. i saved because i'm accident-free. of course, with so many ways to save including discounts of up to 40%, having that many customers shouldn't be a surprise. so ask a neighbor about state farm, then call an agent at 1-800-state-farm or go online.
that chile fernandez said last time that they would not to enforce that is part of the motor voter acthat states must scrub there are of people who have committed felonies or moved you have state after state after state where they have a dozen or 15 are 17 counties where there are more registered voters on the ofcial roles than the are with the bill said decisions in the county. that is the open invitation for voter fraud the justice department not only refuses to fight did but likes it because dead votes tend to vote democratic. christian adams on s own has checked the stats and looked at the numbers and has lifted the actions of the state government and now in the process of filing suits to do it to the outcome of a lot of races the outcome could hinge and how successful he is. this is a huge battle ground. thank you. >> jeff, with voter intensity and a voter turnout, what struck me was in the virginia election last year for governor but the implication was the same people that if it turned out in 2008 quite likely would not have been elected. my question but it is the question and the
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